I purged the Network-Manager from the Jetson Nano, I have tried running these options with no success:
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get upgrade
sudo apt-get install network-manager
err 1: failed to resolve "ports.ubuntu.com’
I can’t use man or man-db because they don’t work and when I run the “unminimize” command it does nothing to help, there is also no interfaces file in the /etc/network directory.
Reason why i purged it:
it was standard practice to delete a program that is giving you problems so I tried to remove it and download it again.
Welcome to the NVIDIA Developer forums. This topic belongs in the Jetson forums. I have moved it over for you.
Where can I find the jetson forums?
If there is nothing important on the system, then I would suggest just flashing again. NetworkManager has its fingers in a lot of different configurations. The one thing I would consider other than that is to first list some services and their status. This is what a TX2 has:
# systemctl list-units | grep -i network
boinc-client.service loaded active running Berkeley Open Infrastructure Network Computing Client
networkd-dispatcher.service loaded active running Dispatcher daemon for systemd-networkd
networking.service loaded active exited Raise network interfaces
NetworkManager.service loaded active running Network Manager
systemd-resolved.service loaded active running Network Name Resolution
systemd-timesyncd.service loaded active running Network Time Synchronization
ubuntu-fan.service loaded active exited Ubuntu FAN network setup
network-online.target loaded active active Network is Online
network-pre.target loaded active active Network (Pre)
network.target loaded active active Network
nss-lookup.target loaded active active Host and Network Name Lookups
Of all of these, what do you see? Especially, what do you see for “
networking.service” and “
NetworkManager.service”? These services need to be active for the software to function (even if configuration is correct it won’t work should the service not be told to run).
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